Insightful new podcast with Dr. Eleazar Cruz Eusebio focusing on innovative and solution-focused scientific approaches to overcoming a variety of challenges ranging from personal setbacks to navigating mental illness. Dr. Eusebio is a practitioner-scholar, former award winning professor, faculty leader, executive director, community activist, life-long learner, and conceptual artist. He has dedicated his career to the developing mind, progressive neuropsychological and holistic therapies, optimizing experience, and leading diversity movements from grassroots to international communities through education. Dr. Eusebio has published and presented internationally on neurodevelopment, clinical and school psychology, neurodevelopmental psychopathology, existential and humanistic psychotherapy, executive function, frontal lobe and subcortical disorders, neurotechnology, diversity issues in psychology, and effective leadership. He is a nationally certified school psychologist, practitioner, and executive director of Insight Neurodevelopmental Associates in Washington, D.C.
What is Your Surge Capacity?
How well can we adapt to what seems like infinite challenges? Take the time to reset and consider methods that help to build your own surge capacity and resilience.
Ep 30: How to Build Resilience
We need to build resilience now more than ever and, when faced with adversity, take these steps to help you become stronger.
Ep 28: The Great Population Pause
This episode examines three variables affecting the great population pause in the U.S. in the coming years.
Ep 27: 6 Stages of Intercultural Sensitivity
You may know where you are developmentally, but do you know where you are with your intercultural sensitivity?
Ep 26: The Truth About Habits
Changing behaviors takes time that cannot be established without practice. Join Dr. E as he explores the myths behind habits and real change.
Ep 25: Resilience and Your Locus of Control
How are you acknowledging and navigating through today’s challenges? Consider managing your resilience in the same way you track your blood pressure.
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Informative and funny
Short, but sweet. Getting great insight from this one.